Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 5th December 2017,
flyGlobal welcomes aboard Captain Andrew Lui KK who is responsible for organizing, staffing and directing all flight operations, cabin safety, crew scheduling and training programs. He is also responsible for dealing with all technical issues relating to fleet management, ensuring the highest standard of flying, and the professionalism of the flight crew, is maintained at all times.
He ensures compliance on technical matters, working with regulatory bodies and ensures technical data verification of the approval process is complied with prior to operation.
Captain Lui, an Ipoh boy by birth, was educated in Kuala Lumpur and Sydney. A lover of all things aviation, he became a pilot under the MAS Cadet Pilot scheme in 1990. He graduated MFA as Best Overall Cadet.
Boeing is his forte having flown his entire career on B737s, B747s and B777s. A ‘Triple’ veteran, he has spent 17 of his 19-year command on this fleet. He achieved TRI in 2006 and TRE a year later. Subsequently he was chosen to be a Test Pilot.
Captain Lui was also involved in MAS management as Flight Safety Manager FOQA : dealing primarily with Pilots, Union and Flight Data. When MAS transformed into MAB, he was SIP 777 till fleet closure in 2016.
Before joining flyGlobal in December 2017, he was with Korean Air flying all versions of the B777. With almost two years in this knowledge and procedure-heavy environment, he will share this valuable experience with Flight Operations.
flyGlobal website: new.flyglobal.com.my
Address: flyGlobal Charter Sdn Bhd,
Ground Floor, E2 Empire Damansara,
2 Jalan PJU 8/8A, Damansara Perdana,
47820 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
flyGlobal is an ACMI (Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance & Insurance) aircraft operator. A wet lease/ACMI lease is an aircraft lease between two airlines, where one airline (the lessor), provides ACMI to another airlines (the lessee), which then pays for hours operated.
Malaysia has a designated Category 1 Civil Aviation Authority. As flyGlobal originates from a Category 1 country, the charter airline is able to fly to any airport in the world, making it easier for the airline to procure charter and wet lease contracts.
flyGlobal was granted its Air Service Permit (ASP) on 28 July 2017 by the Malaysian Aviation Commission (Mavcom).